PracticeAccounting FirmsPKF Cooper Parry appoints new audit partner

PKF Cooper Parry appoints new audit partner

Katie Warrington joins the firm from PwC, where she spent 20 years working with private equity-backed business in and outside of the UK

PKF Cooper Parry appoints new audit partner

PKF Cooper Parry has appointed a new audit partner.

Katie Warrington joins the firm from PwC, where she spent 20 years working with private equity-backed business in and outside of the UK.

Warrington said: “I’m really looking forward to working at PKF Cooper Parry – it’s a fast-growing firm with a progressive culture and a reputation for providing innovative solutions for its clients.”

Danny Parker, partner and head of the audit team, said: “Katie has two decades’ experience steering businesses through change, including preparing them for exit, either through trade sales or public listing, both in the UK and US. She’s an expert in both International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the new UK Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), which is particularly valuable for our clients with footholds at home and abroad.”

Following an expansion of the firm, PKF Cooper Parry has created 20 posts across audit, pensions and support services. It currently employs 420 people.

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